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PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the community that uses and develops the open-source Python programming language.

Bees on a hive, connected by dots

Encouraging contributors is a delicate process, but even more so when several dozen turn up to your development sprint.
a checklist for a team

Behavior-driven development using Python's 'behave' framework can help your team achieve better collaboration and test automation.
Tools in a tool box

Monitor data pipelines' health with time-series metrics in Prometheus and similar tools.
Metrics and a graph illustration

Python Developers Survey generates a wide range of data about the current use and trajectory of the Python programming language.
Dinner place setting

3 tools to make your Python code more elegant, readable, intuitive, and easy to maintain.
Artistic spraypaint bottles

Can we automate applying a simple color scheme without hand-drawing hundreds of examples as training data?
2d arcade game sprite

Learn how to get started with Arcade, an easy-to-use Python library for creating 2D video games.
Code going into a computer.

Learn what Python bytecode is, how Python uses it to execute your code, and how knowing what it does can help you.